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Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) seeks artists interested in creating public art for the new Irvington station in Fremont, California.
BUDGET: Design phase: $70,000 Fabrication/Installation: $1,000,000
ELIGIBILITY: Professional artists and artist-led teams eligible to work in the U.S.; artist must have at least 5 years’ professional experience with public art integrated into public structures
DEADLINE: October 23, 2020
The selected artist/team will be issued two separate Agreements. The first Agreement will be a contract with BART for design services; the second will be with the selected General Contractor (“Contractor”) for the fabrication and installation phase of the art project. During the design phase, the artist/team will confer with BART to determine which art elements will be fabricated by the artist/team and which elements the Contractor will fabricate. The Contractor, under consultation from the artist/team, will install all art elements.
Potential areas for artwork may include but are not restricted to:
What to Submit
How to Apply
Apply ONLINE ONLY using the Submittable system.
QUESTIONS? Contact Jennifer Easton, JEaston@bart.gov not later than 5:00 p.m. PDT on October 16, 2020. Please use “Irvington RFQ Inquiry” in the subject heading of your email.
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